Incoming recruits to the US Army has announced they are strictly enforcing new guidelines for soldiers regarding their bodies by limiting the amount of visible tattoos allowed. John McHugh, secretary of the Army, is expected to sign a …
The hordes of people currently camped outside of the Tattoo office on Market Street desperate to snare tickets for the greatest show on earth may not agree, but if I ruled the world, I would ban the Edinburgh Military Tattoo in all its …
Indian Army is planning to prohibit "offensive" tattoos during the selection of its commissioned officers, a Times of India report claimed. According to the report, a candidate appearing for an interview for commissioned officers will be asked …
Brian Donnolly said. Unit commanders must photograph and document sleeve tattoos to ensure Marines do not add to their ink. The Marines and the other branches of the military already ban tattoos that could be offensive or disruptive, …
BEIJING -- China's army recruits can look forward to a better night's sleep thanks to a new regulation banning chronic snorers from joining up. One of a raft of physical and mental traits banned from the army, the new standards governing …
The German army has released new guidelines to soldiers about their appearance. Tattoos of naked women, piercings and bushy beards have all been booted out. The detailed guidelines, published by the Ministry of Defence and brought …
all Soldiers will be banned from any extremist, sexist and racist tattoos. Existing Army personnel with tattoos in off-limit areas of the body will be allowed to remain in service but those with existing off-limits tattoos must have them removed …
A U.S. Army ban on tattoos below the elbows and knees and on ink deemed racist, sexist or extremist is set to take effect soon.
Yes. In the United States, you will not be permitted to enlist if you have your face, head, neck, or hands tattooed. I had a friend whom had a small NON-racist swastika on his hand, and they did make him cover it up before they allowed him …
The Foreign Office has cancelled a trip planned by 40 musicians to take part in a four day Moscow military tattoo known as the Kremlin Zoria. The bands from the Royal Gurkha Rifles and the Irish Guards were due to travel to Russia on …